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Get a premium looking product without breaking the bank

Slipcases are a simple and cost effective way of adding perceived value and a feeling of luxury to your product. They are typically used with individual cases but can also be designed to accommodate multiple units. 

Slipcases are extremely versatile, tuck-end flaps can be included to close either one or both ends and thumb and finger cuts can also be applied to make it easier to remove the contents.

Some customers also choose to use embossing, metallic inks or die-cutting to make their products stand out.

We can supply stickers in all different shapes and sizes. Over 1500 different label sizes are available as roll labels, including circles, ovals, rectangles, squares and assorted shapes, most of which can be printed in up to five colours.

We offer a number of sticker materials including permanent and removable adhesive, white, gold and silver paper, clear polypropylene and gold & silver foil.



Highlight sales points with stickers



Seal and protect your products 

Once your product has been packed we can individually wrap it in plastic to protect it from being damaged before it reaches the stores. 

Most distributors and stores won’t accept stock unless it is wrapped.

Depending on your type of packaging, one of three wrapping processes may be most suitable. We have overwrap machines for products in plastic cases, and shrinkwrap and high speed flo-wrap for board based packaging.



Give your discs that added edge

Screen printing is the original method of onbody printing for CD replication. This is suitable if you have quite a basic design containing large areas of solid colours.

If however you require high quality, high resolution full colour print including photo quality images, or extremely high detail graphics, gradients and backgrounds, then offset litho may be a more suitable solution.

If you would like to discuss which option would be most suitable for your design, give us a call, otherwise we will select the most suitable process on sight of the artwork.

If you want your products to go into European retail stores, they will require a GTIN-13 barcode. This is so your products can be scanned at the point of sale.

Barcodes are issued through GS1, the not-for-profit association dedicated to the development and implementation of global standards. If you require a barcode for your product, we can supply you with all the information that you need to apply for one.



Add a barcode to your product for retail sale

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